BELLEVILLE — A motorist is suing a driver for allegedly causing a collision on Mascoutah Avenue.
News from December 2018
BELLEVILLE — St. Elizabeth's hospital is suing healthcare plan administrators for more than $5.1 million after the defendants allegedly refused to pay for services.
Opioid plaintiffs: A small percentage of pill shipments were 'suspicious.' Or maybe it's nearly all of them
CLEVELAND (Legal Newsline) - Forced to identify opioid prescriptions they say were “suspicious” and never should have been shipped, Ohio cities and counties came up with a rough estimate. Very rough.
A family seeks to reduce fees and medical liens in accordance with their $300,000 settlement after a drunk driver ran a red light and crashed into their vehicle on Illinois Route 203.
EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist claims another driver caused a collision when she disobeyed a traffic control device.
Judge approves $250 million State Farm settlement; Says plaintiffs likely would not have prevailed at trial
EAST ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge David Herndon, who designated Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice Lloyd Karmeier as a hostile witness for a trial accusing him of corruption, now admits jurors might have trusted him.
BENTON — An engineers union's employee benefit plan administrators are suing an East St. Louis business, alleging breach of fiduciary duty.
BENTON — The U.S. government is suing an Enfield mortgage holder, alleging he owes more than $58,000 for breach of a mortgage agreement.
EDWARDSVILLE — Cargill claims a motorist was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he caused a collision with one of the plaintiff's employees.
EDWARDSVILLE — A motorist is suing another driver and Unique Insurance for allegedly failing to provide coverage following a rear-end collision.
EDWARDSVILLE — A woman is suing her former employers for allegedly terminating her for requesting workers' compensation benefits.
Supreme Court grants attorney leave to challenge appeals court decision over legal malpractice claim
An Edwardsville attorney was granted leave to appeal by the Illinois Supreme Court in a case with its roots in a claim of legal malpractice.
A Chicago federal appeals court has overridden a downstate federal judge, who sent an ex-Boeing worker’s asbestos suit against the company back to state court, saying the case belongs under federal jurisdiction because Boeing claims the federal government was in control of its bomber production and knew the danger of asbestos was involved.
EDWARDSVILLE — A surgeon with Jersey Community Hospital Medical Group is accused of perforating a patient's small bowel during a cholecystectomy.
BENTON — A national farmers organization is suing a De Soto business, alleging trademark dilution.
EDWARDSVILLE — A customer claims she slipped and fell on a puddle of liquid at a Granite City supermarket.
EDWARDSVILLE — A man is suing a local park district for allegedly failing to properly inspect tree limbs hanging over the walking path.